Happy Record Store Day Everyone! I want to thank everyone who entered the draw for a free “This Life of Mine” Vinyl and for all your kind words along the way. Your support means the world to me!
The 12 lucky winners are…
1.Terry Graham, Saskatoon, SK
2.Trish Bolechowsky, Ottawa, ON
3. Brenda Lynn Pusch, Windthorst, SK
4. Pam Orton, Kelowna, BC
5. Desirae Munro, Martensville, SK
6. Clayton Dell, Calgary, AB
7. Reg Jeannotte, Regina, SK
8. James Mcknight, Saskatoon, SK
9. Kathy Rosko, Saskatoon, SK
10. Brittney MacFarlane, Regina, SK
11. David Mayer, Regina, SK
12. Ron Spizziri, Saskatoon, SK
I will be contacting you all via e-mail and sending your Vinyl’s out by the end of April.
Thanks again! Hope you enjoy!
If you didn’t win and you still want to get a vinyl you can order them here, or come in to the Vinyl Diner in Saskatoon!
Attention Vinyl Lovers!
This spring, Jen Lane is giving away 12 copies of “This Life of Mine” on vinyl to commemorate one year since the album’s release! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, and the subject line “I Love Vinyl” and enter to win your own copy!
The vinyl print of “This Life of Mine” includes an insert with lyrics and chords as well as a dropcard to download a digital version of the album!
Winners will be announced at jenlane.com on Record Store Day, Friday April 22nd! An email will also be sent out to the winners.
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Saskatoon singer-songwriter Jen Lane twists a classic country heartbreak song to end with a sense of resolution in her new single “My Man.” Staying true to the honesty and depth found in her recent album This Life of Mine, “My Man” explores the confusion of a breaking heart and the hope that we cling to through the hard times in a relationship. Her first lyric video (conceptualized, filmed and edited by Taylor Leedahl) embodies the idea of a calm space under water where the artist sorts what is haunting her and lyrics like “won’t you come down, and be with me now” are put into deeper perspective.
Jen spent 2016 on the road touring from coast to coast to promote “This Life of Mine”, which charted on National College Radio for over 12 weeks, including reaching #1 on the Earshot Folk/Roots chart. It also garnered substantial radio play on CBC and Satellite Radio, and she performed on dozens of television shows across the country.
A veteran singer-songwriter and recording artist, Lane has found a harmonious place in the world of country, roots, folk and Americana music.